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2019

A comprehensive social security strategy to enhance coverage to Palestinian women and men is developed in line with international labour standards

Palestine

Titre : A comprehensive social security strategy to enhance coverage to Palestinian women and men is developed in line with international labour standards

Pays : Palestine

Identifiant : PSE/18/01/RBS

Date/Durée : Start date : January 1, 2019 End date : September 25, 2022

Résumé partiel
This RBSA-funded intervention is part of the ILO’s flagship programme on establishing sustainable social protection floors for all. It builds upon ongoing ILO support to the establishment of the Palestinian Social Security Corporation (PSSC). Once the PSSC is fully established, it will ensure proper implementation of the social security law and will serve as the backbone of a more comprehensive social protection system for the OPT. The intervention provides support for the second phase of the establishment, administrative set-up and operationalization of the PSSC through : i) assisting its Board of Directors in developing necessary secondary legislation, rules and regulations essential for implementation of the law ; ii) providing technical support and oversight in the design and implementation of a national awareness raising campaign ; iii) providing technical assistance for developing a comprehensive investment strategy to ensure sustainability of social security funds. A public awareness campaign addresses public concerns over the social security system, aiming to increase awareness of the scheme and its role in reducing poverty, inequality and boosting the capacity of vulnerable segments of society. It also contains information on existing rights, schemes and procedures.

Partenaire (s) : Core voluntary funds (RBSA)

Total alloué : $ 588,530

Présentation (OIT)

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